Wednesday, 27 January 2010

Willen this morning

An unexpected surprise at the North End was a Little Owl that was being mobbed by seemingly every small bird in the area.
From the hide a Cetti's Warbler showed very well as it flicked through the reeds, a Redshank was on the spit and there were 3 Goosander out near the island.
In Alder trees along the top of the South Lake 7 Lesser Redpoll were feeding. Just off of the Bandstand 2 female Red crested Pochards quickly swam out to the middle of the lake, where there were a minimum of 18 Goldeneye, some of the males in full display mode.
Down in the South East corner, just over the river in the grounds of Unisys a noisy flock of around 60 Siskin were feeding and flying around.
female Red crested Pochards (click on the picture for a better look)
Greylag Goose

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